Consultation launched into future of Block Exemption

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    The European Commission has this week launched a public consultation on Block Exemption regulation which is set to expire on May 31, 2023 and is encou
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    Meat-Head
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    Ok, so manufacturers are required to supply parts, ring Mercedes
    And try and order full lockset, they will ONLY supply certain parts to their dealer network.

    As for block exception why should it be discontinued!

    Can understand oil/filters having to be genuine for warranty
    Purposes but the rest, you brought it, do what you like.

    If you want to put paper ears on your cat, you dont need its mothers
    Input, likewise its your car you paid for it.

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    Mel scott
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    So tell us why this is, motorist are not aware of the Block exemption , block has been in for 20 years if I’m correct . It’s the government and the trade that’s at fault nothing else

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